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Tag Archives: negligence

dog bites

Can Housemates be Liable for a Cotenant’s Dog Attack?

By Leandros Vrionedes |

When a dog bites or attacks a person, the dog’s owner is strictly liable for the damages caused if the owner knew or should have known about the animal’s vicious propensity. What about other people who live in the same house but do not own the dog? Can they ever be held liable for… Read More »

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Nassau County Court Decides Issues of Medical Malpractice, Negligence and Punitive Damages in Wrongful Death Case

By Leandros Vrionedes |

The case of D’Alessandro v. Nassau Health Care Corp. involved a mother whose son was hit by a car and later died after receiving treatment at the hospital. The mother believed medical errors caused her son’s death, and she sued several doctors and the hospital for negligence, medical malpractice and wrongful death. Both sides… Read More »

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Officer Injured in Scuffle Sues Arrestee but Has Case Dismissed

By Leandros Vrionedes |

Police officers can be injured in the line of duty in many ways, including when having to physically subdue a suspect who is violently resisting arrest. In most cases, the officer cannot sue another party for an injury which occurs while performing police duties, such as an injury suffered while making a lawful arrest…. Read More »

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Negligence v. Strict Liability: Another Chapter in the Continuing Saga of New York Dog Bite Law

By Leandros Vrionedes |

In April of 2013, we reported on the case of a bicyclist who was injured in Central Park when a dog ran into his path (see Man on Bike Collides with Dog Running Free Across Central Park Roadway, posted April 18, 2013 ). The cyclist sued the man who was holding the dog for… Read More »

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